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blade

(blād)
Working end of an instrument with special design for a particular clinical dental treatment.

blade,

blade

scalpel.

blade method
a method of castrating very young pigs in which the skin and fascia in the inguinal area are incised with a scalpel blade to gain access to the spermatic cord.
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Force and energy moving through the region of space occupied by the propeller blade exits into the fluid on the inside surface of the foil; pushing the fluid mass away from the foil.
1978) Optimal distribution of circulation along the propeller blade.
In another words, it is necessary to find such distribution of lifting forces--circulations along the propeller blade <0, R> which will assure the maximal efficiency.
The recurring message from the medical experts I have consulted with is that they would rather attempt the repair of a high velocity propeller blade cut than the crushing, tearing damage done by a slower moving, blunt object,'' Snyder said.
Contract notice: Repair of 8 propeller blades of the suction dredge anita conti
This business for sale is a provider of nickel electroforming services, primarily supplying the aerospace industry with electroformed nickel abrasion strips for the protection of composite rotor and propeller blades, in addition to nickel electroformed tooling for various industrial applications.
The turbo-prop powered Cebu Pacific, ATR 72-500 passenger aircraft was about to land at the Daniel Romualdez Airport around 5am when its propeller blades struck a bird.
An assortment of propeller blades keeps product moving to maintain uniform temperature, thickness and consistency.
Elsewhere, a woman was seriously injured by propeller blades after she fell off a boat near Llanddwyn Island, off Anglesey.
An AE2 was assigned to the flight station to begin moving the propeller blades, and another AE2 was acting as the outside observer.
A Ministry of Defence spokesperson said that another transit aircraft clipped the aircraft's propeller blades, however the aircraft managed to land safely.
In addition to these equivalents, the data requirements of 14 CFR Part 45, Identification and Registration Marking, for only aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and propeller blades and hubs are consistent with the data elements required by our UID constructs.